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Universal Version

Installation and Programming Instructions


Table of Contents

1. Introduction ................................................................................................3
1.1 Main Features ...................................................................................... 3
2. AGM Components......................................................................................4
3. Installation ..................................................................................................5
3.1 Preliminary Considerations .................................................................. 5
3.2 Installing the AGM................................................................................ 5
3.2.1. SIM Card Installation ..................................................................5
3.2.2. Wall Mounting (Metal Box Installation) .......................................6
4. Wiring the AGM..........................................................................................7
4.1 LED Indications.................................................................................... 7
4.2 Automatic GSM Signal Level Measurement ........................................ 8
5. AGM Operation Mode ................................................................................9
6. Monitoring Station Reporting......................................................................9
7. Inputs .......................................................................................................10
8. Outputs.....................................................................................................10
8.1 Output Events .................................................................................... 10
8.2 CLIP Control ...................................................................................... 11
9. Follow Me Report .....................................................................................11
9.1 Follow Me Events............................................................................... 11
10. SMS User Remote Control Functions ......................................................12
11. AGM Programming ..................................................................................13
11.1 Installer SMS Programming ............................................................. 13
11.2 SMS Programming Commands ....................................................... 15
12. Technical Specifications...........................................................................20
13. Appendix: Telephone Number Conversion in Line Simulation Mode.......21

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1. Introduction
RISCO Groups AGM, Universal Advanced GSM/GPRS Stand alone Module, is a cellular
communication module enabling any existing security panel to communicate through the
GSM cellular network.
The AGM can be used as the main communication line or as a backup to PSTN line
using telephone line simulation.
1.1 Main Features
Full PSTN line simulation
Primary or backup GSM/GPRS operation modes
4 alarm inputs
4 outputs that can be activated by system events, SMS or CLIP control
Report to two Monitoring Stations by SMS, GPRS or voice (using line
simulation)
Selective event reporting to 8 Follow Me destinations using SMS, E-mail or
voice messages (using the Plug On voice module)
3 LED Status indication
Advanced remote SMS system control
Local / Remote configuration using the AGM Configuration Software through
the GSM data channel (9600 bps) or by SMS commands
GSM signal supervision and level measurement
Wall and cover tamper protection
Prepaid SIM card support
Backup battery charger and battery protection feature
Quad Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Output and Input status verification by SMS commands

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2. AGM Components

1 Tamper Switch (NC)


19 18 17 16
15
2 Ground: Connect the Mains
Earth to the bolt according to
relevant standards.
3 Power Transformer:
1 14
(14.4VDC/1.5A)
4 J14: Battery discharge Protection 13
Circuit Jumper. If AC power
outage occurs, the AGM 12

automatically disconnects the


battery when the battery voltage

1
drops below 10.5VDC, in order to 11

2
INPUT

OPEN
LOCK
J15
3
protect the battery from deep

4
2

COM TMP
discharge.

N.C

J13
C
10
On - No protection

N.O
Uo2
Uo3 U o4 AUX
Off (Default) - Battery 9
protection is activated LD1 LD3 LD2

POWER
L.BAT

GSM
5 14.4VDC/1.5A Power socket

12+V

GND
(from Transformer) 8

J14

PLAY REC
RED BLK YEL GRN
6 Backup Battery: 3
BUS

12VDC/1.2A/H
Sealed Lead - Acid 7

Rechargeable Battery
7 Plug on Voice Module
(optional)
8 J10: PC Connector (via RISCO
Group's cable adaptor
(RP128EUSB00A). 4 5 6
9 GSM status LEDs: (Power,
GSM, Low Battery) Figure 1. AGM Components
10 GSM Industrial Module
11 SIM Card Socket
12 J13: Tamper Jumper
Tamper is not used
(Default) - Tamper is used
13 Terminal block (See terminal block wiring section on page 7)
14 GSM Antenna Cable
15 GSM Antenna
16 Telephone Line Connection Terminals (in parallel to the phone jack connectors)
17 Telephone Connector - Line: From wall outlet
18 Telephone Connector - Set: To security panel or to premises telephone in absence of
control panel.
19 J15: Used to set Negative (-) or positive (+) remove of inputs 1 - 4 (see page 7).

Negative Remove (Default)

Positive Remove

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3. Installation
3.1 Preliminary Considerations
 The AGM Module should be located in a safe and dry place, away from radio and
electromagnetic transmitting devices.
 Select a mounting location near a 110/220VAC electrical power supply.
3.2 Installing the AGM
3.2.1. SIM Card Installation
1. Perform steps A to D if a PIN number is required:

Important:
Do not install SIM card while power is applied to the AGM.
Do not touch SIM Card connectors! If doing so, you may release an electrical discharge
that could damage the SIM card.
A. Insert the SIM card into the AGM with PIN code disabled and power up the
AGM.
B. Set the PIN code by means of SMS or AGM Configuration Software.
C. Power down the AGM and remove the SIM card.
D. Place the SIM card in any standard GSM mobile phone (while powered
down).
E. Power up the GSM mobile phone and enable the SIM's required PIN code
(the same PIN code defined in step B).
F. Power down the GSM mobile phone and remove the SIM card.
G. Place the SIM back into the AGM.
2. If required, program the SMS center address into the SIM card using means of
SMS, or AGM Configuration Software.

SIM Card
OPEN

OPEN
LOCK

LOCK
OPEN
LOCK

1. Slide down SIM 2. Open the SIM card 3. Close the SIM card
card hatch . hatch. Insert SIM card hatch . Slide up to lock.
into dedicated slot.

Figure 2. SIM Card Insertion

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3.2.2. Wall Mounting (Metal Box Installation)
Mounting
Screws
1

Metal Casing
Front Cover
Securing Screws 8

2 Mounting
Holes

Cable Passage
6

Front Cover Mounting


Pivots Holes
3 5

Mounting
Screws
1
Front Cover
4

Figure 3. AGM Installation


1. Remove the two screws securing the AGM front cover (2, Figure 3).
2. Tilt and rotate the front cover downwards until it locks vertically to the
casing (alternately lift up to remove the cover).
3. Use the metal casing as a template for marking the installation holes
(mark through the mounting holes, see 5 and 7, Figure 3).
4. Drill the four installation holes in the wall and insert anchors (if
necessary).
5. Insert external cables (GND, power, and phone lines) through the cable
passage (6, Figure 3).
6. Align the AGM with the mounting holes and fasten it firmly to the wall with
all four supplied screws (1, Figure 3).
7. Attach the AGM antenna.
8. Connect the AGM backup battery cables to the backup battery.
9. Connect the AGM Module to mains.
10. Install the front cover in its place (in a reverse sequence of the removal
(see Figure 3).

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4. Wiring the AGM
Connector Wiring Diagram Description
INPUT The Inputs polarity is defined by jumper J15.
(1, 2, 3, 4) Negative remove: Connect the detector/s to the required Input/s
terminal/s (Input 1, 2, 3 or 4) and the COM (0V) terminal.
INPUT INPUT
1 2 3 4 COM 1 2 3 4 COM

NC NO
NR (Negative Remove)
(Default)

Positive remove: Connect the detector/s to the required Input/s


terminal/s (Input 1, 2, 3 or 4) and the AUX (14.4VDC) terminal.
INPUT INPUT
1 2 3 4 AUX 1 2 3 4 AUX

NC NO
PR (Positive Remove)

COM 0V
TMP Tamper alarm activates when COM TMP

the front cover is open or the


entire box is removed from the NC

wall.
UO1 NC: Normally closed contact AUX N.C
UO1
C N.O COM N.C
UO1
C N.O
Relay (3A) C: Common contact
NO: Normally open contact

External power supply

UO2 to UO4 UO2 UO3 UO4 AUX


Wire the devices that you want to
(100mA) activate to the outputs terminals

AUX 14.4VDC

4.1 LED Indications


LED State Description
The Power LED indicates the status of power supply to the AGM
Power
On Power OK
(Green)
Off Power not present
The GSM LED Indicates the GSM network status
On Network not available
GSM
Flashing GSM communication OK, connected to the network
(Yellow)
status
Off Power not present
L.BAT The Low Battery LED Indicates the GSM backup battery status
(Low On Low Battery (below 11 VDC)
Battery, Red) Off Battery OK

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4.2 Automatic GSM Signal Level Measurement
After powering up the AGM with the SIM card inside, the module performs an automatic
signal level test.
For the first 30 seconds after powering up, the Green LED will flash between 0-5 times
in cycles, (with a delay of 5 seconds between each cycle), indicating the RSSI level (0=
No network connection, 5= Very High).
If the signal level is not satisfactory or poor, consider installing the AGM in a better
signal receiving location.
GSM Network Signal level Flashes
5 Very High 5
4 - High 4
3 - Medium 3
2 - Low 2
1 - Very Low 1
0 - No network connection 0

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5. AGM Modes of Operation
The AGM is connected serially between the telephone line (if available) and additional
devices using the same telephone line service.
Based on the AGM line simulation capability, the module constantly checks the
availability of both the PSTN and the GSM lines.
During regular operation mode, all calls and data transmission are carried out using the
primary line (PSTN-default or GSM). In the case of trouble with the main line, the line is
routed to the backup.
At the end of a call, the availability of the main line is rechecked.
If the line is not restored, the system stays on the back up line until the restoration of the
main line.
The AGM has three operation modes:
GSM Back Up - The outgoing calls are performed through the PSTN line.
When the PSTN line is not available for the time defined in PSTN Lost Delay
parameter, the outgoing calls will be directed through the GSM network.
GSM Only - The outgoing calls are performed through the GSM voice channel
only. Use this option when no PSTN line is available.
GSM Main - The outgoing calls are performed through the GSM voice channel.
When the GSM network is not available for the time defined in GSM Loss Delay
parameter, the outgoing calls will be directed through the PSTN line.
6. Monitoring Station Reporting
The AGM enables to report events to two different Monitoring Stations, using Contact ID
or SIA formats via three different channels: Voice, SMS, or GPRS.
The security level achieved varies from one technology to another, as described below.
 Voice channel
Full event report using PSTN simulation operation mode when connected to a
security panel.
 SMS Channel
AGM input events and internal AGM events can be sent to the Monitoring Station
using encrypted SMS messages (128 BIT AES encryption).
The event messages are received by RISCO Group's IP/GSM Receiver Software
located in the MS site. The IP/GSM Receiver translates the SMS messages to
standard protocols used by the Monitoring Station applications (For example;
Contact ID, SIA etc).
 GPRS Channel
AGM input events and internal AGM events can be sent over the GPRS network
using TCP/IP protocol to RISCO Group's IP/GSM Receiver software located at the
MS site. All messages are encrypted (128 BIT AES encryption is used).

Note:
For GPRS communication, the GPRS channel in the SIM card has to be enabled.

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7. Inputs
The AGM has four inputs, which NC and NO devices can be connected to.
Inputs can be activated by negative or positive remove according to the J15 Jumper
position.
Each input event and its restore can be reported to the Monitoring Station (by SMS or
GPRS) or to any of the 8 Follow Me destinations ( by SMS, Voice message or Email)
Triggering of input event can be defined to be immediate or after a delay.
Each input can be defined as a 24-hour type (constantly activated) or as an Arm/Disarm
type (activated or deactivated by a remote SMS user command).
Input 3 can also be defined as type Switch from PSTN to GSM. When a phone line is
connected to the AGM, the user has the ability to manually switch the outgoing line from
PSTN to GSM (Latch operation).
Input 4 can also be defined as type Stop Follow Me. When triggered it will stop all
Follow Me calls following the current event.
8. Outputs
The AGM has four outputs (one 3A relay output and three-100mA Open Collector
outputs) that can be activated automatically according to various events, or manually by
SMS commands from pre defined Follow Me telephone numbers. Each output can be
defined to be pulsed or latched.
8.1 Output Events
Output defined as Follow Event can automatically be activated by the following events:
 Input 1 - 4 event: Activates following triggering / restore of an input.
 Tamper: Activates following AGM tamper alarm.
 PSTN Lost: Activates following a loss of PSTN line (connected to the GSM).
The output will be activated after the defined PSTN Loss Delay time.
 GSM Trouble: Activates in the following cases:
There is no SIM card in the AGM or SIM is faulty
GSM RSSI signal level is low
GSM network trouble
 Mains power Loss: Activates when the source of the main AC power is
interrupted. The output will be activated after the predefined AC Loss Delay
time.
 Low Battery: Activates when the AGM battery has insufficient reserve capacity
and the voltage is lower than 11V.
 SIM Card Expire: Activates 30 days before the time defined in the SIM Expire
timer.
 Periodic Test: Activates following the time defined in the Periodic Test timer.
 GSM+PSTN Loss: Activates following loss of PSTN and GSM network.

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8.2 CLIP Control
Output 1 can be defined as CLIP control type. The CLIP (Calling Line Identity
Presentation) feature enables the user to activate output 1 from Follow Me numbers
authorized with this function, without being charged for a call from this phone to the
AGM.
To be able to perform this operation, the user has to initiate a call to the AGM and hang
up after the second ring.
While waiting, the AGM recognizes the telephone number (using the caller ID feature of
the GSM network) that the call is initiated from, and activates output 1.
9. Follow Me Report
The AGM allows reporting events to eight Follow Me destinations using one of the
following three reporting types:
 Voice messaging: Using the optional Plug on voice module (RP200GSV00A)
the AGM enables to assign events with short audible messages. Up to four pre-
recorded messages can be recorded (10 second message each).
 SMS: Predefined SMS event messages can be sent to a Follow Me number.
Note:
SMS input event messages can be manually defined according to the installation type.

 E-mail: The AGM can E-mail event messages to predefined E-mail addresses
using GPRS. In order to do so, GPRS channel must be activated on the SIM
and the GPRS parameters should be defined (see page 18).
9.1 Follow Me Events
Event Event description SMS Default
Message
Input 1-4 event Report to Follow Me will be established when an input is I1:"Intruder alarm"
triggered I2: "Panic alarm"
I3: "Fire alarm"
I4: "Emergency
alarm"
Input 1-4 restore Report to Follow Me will be established when an input is I1:"Intruder restore"
restored to normal condition I2: "Panic restore"
I3: "Fire restore"
I4: "Emergency res."
Tamper Report to Follow Me will be established following a "GSM box tamper"
tamper alarm
Tamper restore Report to Follow Me will be established following to the "GSM box tamper OK
restore of tamper alarm
No PSTN Report to Follow Me will be established following loss of "Phone Line Fail"
PSTN line (connected to the GSM). If PSTN Loss Delay
time period is defined, the message will be sent after the
delay time
PSTN Restore Report to Follow Me will be established following to the "Phone Line OK"
restore of PSTN line (connected to the GSM) to normal
condition
GSM Restored Report to Follow Me will be established following to the "GSM line OK"
restore of the GSM line to normal condition. The AGM
can establish a connection using the GSM network.

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Event Event description SMS Default
Message
Main Loss Report to Follow Me will be established following "Main power loss"
interruption in the source of the main AC power. This
activation will follow the delay time predefined in the AC
Loss Delay timer
Main restore Report to Follow Me will be established following to the "Main power OK"
restore of normal AC power supply
GSM Low Report to Follow Me will be established following low "GSM Low battery"
battery battery condition (below 11V)
GSM Low Report to Follow Me will be established following to the "GSM battery OK"
battery restore restore to normal of a weak standby battery
SIM Expire SMS report to Follow Me will be established 30 days "SIM expire: 1 month"
before the SIM Expiration Time defined for a prepaid
SIM card.
Periodic FM test "Test Message" SMS report to Follow Me will be "Periodic Test"
established following the time defined in the Follow Me
Periodic Test parameter
Provider An automatic SMS credit message received from the -
message provider will be transferred to the Follow Me number.

10. SMS User Remote Control Functions


The AGM enables the user to remotely control the AGM using SMS commands. For
security reasons, a user code (4 digits. Default user code 1234) has to be used to
perform the SMS user commands.
For higher security, the SMS remote control operations can be restricted to be
performed only from predefined Follow Me telephone numbers, by using the GSM
network Caller ID feature.
The following remote control operations can be preformed by SMS. More details are
described in the AGM User Instructions.
Activation / Deactivations of AGM outputs defined as User activated,
Arming / Disarming of Inputs defined as Arm / Disarm
Changing / Defining Follow Me destinations (Telephone numbers or Email
addresses)
Receiving Prepaid SIM card credit information
Getting AGM status test messages regarding PSTN line, AC power, Battery
level and GSM network signal level
Getting AGM Inputs status
Getting AGM Outputs status
Setting the AGM clock

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11. AGM Programming
The AGM can be programmed via a standard PC, using the AGM Configuration
Software application, or, via any GSM cellular phone, using SMS commands.
Programming the AGM with the AGM Configuration Software can be performed using
three options:
 Locally: Connect the AGM to the PC using RISCO Group's cable adaptor
(RP128EUSB00A).
 Remotely: Remote programming is performed using the GSM data channel at 9600
bps.

Notes:
1. When calling the AGM from a PSTN line or from a different provider, the Data channel
(CSO) in the SIM card should be enabled.
2. When calling the AGM from a number of the same provider the data channel is
automatically enabled (Data number not required).
 By SMS: The AGM Configuration Software enables to send each parameter as a
single SMS command or the entire screen, as if sent from a regular GSM cellular
phone.
11.1 Installer SMS Programming
The AGM can be programmed using predefined SMS commands (see page 15) from any
standard GSM cellular phone. Before any command line, a valid installer code should be
used. Default installer code is 0200.
1. Sending a Single SMS Command (see page 15)
[Installer code] [4-digit Programming command] [=] [Programming data]
Example: Setting User Code (see page 16):
Installer code = 0200; Setting user code command=PWFM; New code=4444

0200PWFM=4444

2. Sending a Single SMS Command with Multiple Data (see page 18)

Use [,] to separate between data of the same command


Example: Setting events to Follow Me number 1 (see page 19):
Installer code = 0200; Command=F1RE Events: 1 (Input 1), 5 (Tamper), 8 (AC loss)

0200 F1RE =1,5,8

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3. Sending Multiple SMS Commands (see page 18)
In one SMS message, you can contain several commands.
To separate between the programming commands put [:] at the end of each
programming message. In this case the SMS format will be:
[Installer code] [4 digit command 1] [=] [Data command 1] [:] [4 digit command 2]
[=] [Data command 2]:
Example: Setting MS1 and MS2 channel type (Installer code = 0200):
Installer code=0200
Setting Monitoring stations 1/2 reporting type commands: M1TY/M2TY (see page 18)
Monitoring Station1 reporting type = SMS (1)
Monitoring Station2 reporting type = GPRS (2)

0200M1TY=1:M2TY=2

4. Receiving SMS Confirmation Message (see page 18)

The SMS commands can have a confirmation reply SMS message. To achieve that add
[!] (Exclamation Mark) after the installer code. The AGM will send "0" for each
command that succeeded and "4" for each command that failed.
[Installer code] [!] [4- digits command 1] [=] [Data command 1] [:] [4 digit
command 2] [=] [Data command 2]
Example: Reporting MS1 and MS2 channel type (Installer code = 0200):

0200!M1TY=1:M2TY=2

A confirmation reply SMS message for both commands will be:

Security system:
00
5. Reading Parameter Value by SMS (see page Error! Bookmark not defined.)

Use the following sequence to receive the current data of the requested command:
[Installer code] [4- digits command 1] [?]
Example: Requesting information for communication format:

0200 MSCF?

Assuming that the communication format is Contact ID, the SMS reply message will be:
Security system:
0420
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11.2 SMS Programming Commands
The table below provides the entire set of commands available. The procedure of
programming the commands is identical and uses the same syntax as described in the
previous section. The order of the commands is identical to the order in the AGM
Configuration Software.
Command Description Programming Options Default

Parameters

Standard Parameters : Settings


RLMD:AGM Operation Mode 0: GSM Backup 0
Configures the AGM module mode of operation. For more 1: GSM Only
details see page 16. 2: GSM Main
RSST:GSM Network Sensitivity 1: Low Signal 2
Set the minimum acceptable network signal level (RSSI 2: Average Signal
level). 3: High Signal
Standard Parameters : Timers
PSLT: PSTN Loss Delay 10 to 255 seconds 10 sec.
The time after which the AGM will switch over to the GSM
network following PSTN loss.
GSLT: GSM Loss Delay 1 to 255 minutes 4 min
The time after which the AGM will switch over to the PSTN
line following GSM network loss.
MTDT: AC Loss Delay 0 to 255 minutes 30
In case of AC power loss, this parameter specifies the minutes
delay time before reporting the event or operating the
output.
Standard Parameters :Controls
CLDG: Caller ID 0: Caller ID deactivated 0
The Caller ID function enables the AGM to restrict SMS 6: Caller ID activated
remote control operations to predefined Follow Me phone
numbers.
0: Caller ID deactivated. The AGM can receive SMS
control messages from any phone number.
6: Caller ID activated. The AGM can receive SMS control
messages only from recognized Follow Me numbers.
The AGM checks the last 6 digits of the telephone
number from which the SMS was sent from and
compares them to the last digits of the Follow Me
numbers defined in the AGM. If the digits coincide, the
number is recognized and the operation will be
executed.
ICDS: Incoming Call Disable 0: Incoming voice call 0
This parameter is used to disable all incoming calls trying enabled
to come in via the GSM voice channel. When this 1: Incoming voice call
parameter is enabled, SMS or Remote programming is still disabled
allowed.
Standard Parameters :Access Codes
PWFM: User Code 4 digits 1234
4 digit user code for remote SMS system operations
PWIN: Installer Code 4 digits 0200
4 digit code used for remote SMS or PC Software

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Command Description Programming Options Default
PINC: PIN Code 4 - 8 digits -
4 digit PIN (Personal Identity Number) code required to
access the GSM provider
Standard Parameters :Dial Parameters
SYRT: System Retries 0 - 9 times 3
The number of times the AGM redials a phone number
after failing to establish communication
SYRW: System Retries Wait 30,60 seconds 30
The number of seconds between attempts to redial the
same phone number.
Standard Parameters :Periodic Test
PRDT: Periodic Test Time 24 hour format 1200
The time that the AGM will automatically call a Follow Me HH:MM
number in order to check communication with the AGM or (Example: 16:00=1600)
send a test report signal to the Monitoring Station.
PRTP: Periodic Test Recurrence 0: Never 0
The recurrence of performing the periodic test. 1: Every day
2: Every 2 days
3: Every 3 days
4: Every 4 days
5: Every 5 days
6: Every 6 days
7: Every 7 days
28: Every month
Advanced Parameters :Telephone Prefixes (see Appendix, page 21)
PBX1.. PBX2: Public Exchange Prefix Max. 6 digits -
A number dialed to access an outgoing line when the AGM
is connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) and not
directly to a PSTN line.
PCS1.. PCS6: Constant Prefix Max. 6 digits -
Initial digits of a phone number that will not to be corrected
when calling through the GSM network.
PADD: Prefix to Add Max. 6 digits -
Initial digits of telephone numbers that will be added to the
beginning of a telephone number before calling through the
GSM network.
PRMV: Prefix to Remove Max. 6 digits -
Initial digits of telephone numbers that will be deleted
before calling when using the GSM network.
Advanced Parameters :Prepay SIM Card
PPMS: Prepay SMS Credit Message Max. 18 digits -
SMS message sent to the provider in order to receive the
current credit level of the SIM card used in the AGM. Your
service provider predefines the SMS message.
PPSP: Phone To Send Credit Max. 32 digits -
The providers phone number to which the credit level SMS
message request will be sent to.
PPRP: Phone To Receive Credit Max. 32 chars -
The providers telephone number from which an automatic
SMS credit status message will be sent from.
PPET: SIM Expiration Time 0 - 36 month -
The life length of a Pre-paid SIM card is defined by the
provider. After each charging of the SIM, the user will have
to manually reset the SIM's card expiration time. 30 days
before the expiring time, a notification will be sent by SMS
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Command Description Programming Options Default
to a Follow Me number (if defined) Set the SIM expiring
date (in months) according to the time given by the
provider.
Advanced Parameters :GPRS  APN
GPAP: GPRS- APN Max. 30 digits -
GPUS: GPRS - User ID Max. 20 digits -
GPPW: GPRS - Password Max. 20 digits -
Advanced Parameters :GPRS  Email
SMIP: MAIL SMTP IP 0.0.0.0
SMPO: MAIL SMTP Port Max. 5 digits -
SMUS: MAIL SMTP User name Max. 10 chars -
SMPW: MAIL SMTP PW Max. 10 chars -
SMPR: MAIL Prefix Max. 16 chars
The AGM Email address name section. For example, in the
GSM@riscogroup.com E-mail address, the prefix name is
GSM.
SMDO: MAIL Domain Max. 32 chars
The AGM module Email address domain section.
For example, in the E-mail address GSM@riscogroup.com,
the domain name is riscogroup.com
Advanced Parameters :GPRS  SMS
SMSO: SMS/Email System Label Max. 35 chars "Security
System"
SSRV: SMS Center Phone Max. 32 chars -
Lets you set the phone number of the message delivery
center. This number can be obtained from the network
operator.
Inputs
I1TY .. I2TY: Inputs 1/2 Type 0: 24 Hour 0
24 Hour: Input is activate all time 1: Arm/Disarm
Arm/Disarm: Input is activated/deactivated by SMS user
command
I3TY: Input 3 Type 0: 24 Hour 0
Switch to PSTN: The user can manually switch the 1: Arm/Disarm
outgoing line from PSTN to GSM (Latch operation). 2: Switch PSTN to GSM
I4TY: Input 4 Type 0: 24 Hour 0
Stop Follow Me: When triggered it will stop all Follow Me 1: Arm/Disarm
reports. 3: Stop Follow Me
I1TR to I4TR: Input 1..4 Termination 1: Negative Remove 2
NC
2: Negative Remove
NO
3: Positive Remove NC
4: Positive Remove NO
I1RD to I4RD: Input Report Delay 0 - 255 seconds 0
The time (in seconds) that an input violation must last before
triggering, followed by an alarm report send to the MS.
Outputs
U1FL: Output 1 Type 0: Follow Event 0
Follow Event: The output will be activated following events 1: Follow User
defined by the UxRE command. It will be deactivated when 2: Clip control
all events are restored.
Follow user: The output is activated / deactivated by SMS
user message command. Clip control: See page 10.

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Command Description Programming Options Default
U2FL to U4FL: Output 2 to Output 4 Type 0: Follow Event 0
1: Follow User

U1TY to U4TY: Output Termination 0: Pulse N.C. 1


1: Pulse N.O.
2: Latch N.C.
3: Latch N.O.
U1PR to U1PR: Output Pulse Delay 1-255 seconds 5
The time in seconds that the output is activated when
triggered.
U1RE to U4RE: Output Report Event 1: Input 1 8: Main power loss 0
For events description, refer to page 10. 2: Input 2 9: Low battery
3: Input 3 10: SIM card expired
4: Input 4 11: Periodic test
5: Tamper 12: PSTN+GSM loss
6: PSTN loss
7: GSM trouble
Follow Me Parameters
F1TY to F8TY: Follow Me Type 0: Voice message 0
The format of event reports to the Follow Me. For additional 1: SMS
information, refer to page 11. 2: Email
F1TL to F8TL: Follow Me Phone Number Max. 32 digits -
Type in the telephone number including dialing prefixes and
area code or special letters for Follow Me defined as SMS
or Voice. For more details refer to the Appendix, page 21.
F1ML to F1ML: Follow Me Email Address Max. 31 chars -
F1CA to F8CA: Follow Me Clip Control 0: Not authorized 0
Define which Follow Me phones will be authorized to 1: Clip authorized
perform clip control operation to output 1 (when defined)
VORC: Voice Recurrence 1-9 4
The number of times a voice message will be played when
establishing a call to a Follow Me number.
F1RE to F8RE: Follow Me Report Event 1: Input 1 7: GSM trouble
Choose the events that will be reported to 2: Input 2 8: Main power loss
each Follow Me. For more information 3: Input 3 9: Low battery
refer to page 11. 4: Input 4 10: SIM card expired
5: Tamper 11: Periodic test
6: PSTN loss 12: Provider message
F1RS to F1RS: Follow Me Event 1: Input 1 5: Tamper
Restore 2: Input 2 6: PSTN loss
Choose which restore events will be 3: Input 3 8: Main power loss
reported to each Follow Me number. 4: Input 4 9: Low battery
V1RE to V4RE : Voice Message 1: Input 1 6: PSTN loss 0
Assignment to Follow Me 2: Input 2 8: Main power loss
Choose which voice message will follow a 3: Input 3 9: Low battery
specific triggering of an event or message 4: Input 4 11: Periodic test
5: Tamper
Monitoring Station
M1TY or M2TY: Monitoring Station Channel report Type 1: SMS 1
The manner of reporting events to the MS. For additional 2: GPRS
information refer to page 9.
M1AN or M2AN: Monitoring Station Account Number Max. 6 digits 111111
A six digit customer account number assigned by the 222222
Monitoring Station.
M1TL or M2TL: Monitoring Station Telephone Number Max. 32 digits -
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Command Description Programming Options Default
M1IP or M2IP: Monitoring Station IP Address Max. 15 digits -
M1PT or M2PT: Monitoring Station Port Max. 5 digits -
MSSP: Monitoring Station report 0: Dont Call 4: Second back up first 4
backup 1: Call 1st 5: First back up
The Report Backup menu contains options 2: Call 2nd second
that enable the routing of events reporting 3: Call All
to the Monitoring Station channels.
MSRE: Monitoring Station Report 1: Input 1 6: PSTN loss -
Events 2: Input 2 8: Main power loss
3: Input 3 9: Low battery
4: Input 4 11: Periodic test
5: Tamper
MSRS: Monitoring Station Events 1: Input 1 5: Tamper
Restore 2: Input 2 6: PSTN loss
3: Input 3 8: Main power loss
4: Input 4 9: Low battery
MSCF: Monitoring Station Communication Format 0420: Contact ID 0420
The communication protocol used by the digital receiver at 0700: SIA
the Monitoring Station.
Monitoring Station :Report Codes
RI1E Input 1 event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0130
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Intruder)
RI2E Input 2 event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0120
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Panic)
RI3E Input 3 event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0110
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Fire
Alarm)
RI4E Input 4 event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0100
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Medical)
RI1R Input 1 restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0130
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Intruder)
RI2R Input 2 restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0120
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Panic)
RI3R Input 3 restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0110
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Fire
Alarm)
RI4R Input 4 restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0100
2 chars (MSCF=0700) (Medical)
RPSE PSTN event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0351
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RPSR PSTN restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0351
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RACE AC loss event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0301
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RACR AC loss restore event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0301
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RLBE Low battery event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0302
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RLBR Low battery event restore 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0302
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RTME Tamper event 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0137
2 chars (MSCF=0700)
RTMR Tamper restore 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0137
2 chars (MSCF=0700)

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Command Description Programming Options Default
RPTE Periodic test 4 digits (MSCF=0420) 0602
2 chars (MSCF=0700)

Diagnostics (can be performed by both the installer and the user)


SFTR: Software Version SMS Structure: [Code][SFTR]
Sending the SFTR command to the AGM will return the Example: 1234 SFTR
current Agm software version
ST: AGM Status SMS Structure: [Code][ST]
Sending the ST command to the AGM will return the status Example: 1234 ST
of the AC power, Battery status, PSTN line status and GSM
signal level.
STI: Inputs Status SMS Structure: [Code][STI]
Sending the STI command will return the current input Example: 1234 STI
status (On/Off).
STO: Outputs Status SMS Structure: [Code][STO]
Sending the STO command will return the current outputs Example: 1234 STO
status (Activated / Not -activated)
CLK: Receiving AGM time and date SMS Structure: [Code][CLK]
Sending the CLK command allows receiving the actual Example: 1234 CLK
AGM TIME
CLK: Changing AGM time and date SMS Structure:
Sending the CLK command allows changing the AGM time [Code][CLK][dd/mm/yy,hh,mm]
and date. Example: 1234 CLK 10/12/06,12,30

12.Technical Specifications

Electrical Characteristics
Voltage 13.8VDC 10%
Current Consumption During Communication - 300mA
During Standby - 70mA
Battery (not supplied): 12VDC/1.2Ah
Battery Type: Lead Acid (rechargeable).
Battery Dimensions 97 x 58 x 43 mm (3.8 x 2.3 x 1.7)
Width x Height x Depth
GSM Industrial Module Quad Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Connection RS-485 Serial Link
Operating Temperature 0C to 55C (32F to 131F)
Physical characteristics
Dimensions (metal 185 x 275 x 65 mm (7.2 x 10.8 x 2.6)
casing) With antenna installed:
Width x Height x Depth 185 x 335 x 65 mm (7.2 x 13.2 x 2.6)
Weight (with battery) 2.1kg (4.6lbs)

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Appendix: Telephone Number Conversion in Line Simulation Mode
When the AGM operates in telephone line simulation mode, the telephone numbers dialed
from the alarm control panel need to be adjusted according to the following conversion
mythology. A description of the methodology is detailed below. For better understanding the
procedure, use the example below.
Conversion Methodology
1.If the dialed number begins with an outgoing line number (when the module is connected
to the PBX and not directly to the PSTN line), the outgoing line number will be deleted.
(defined in SMS commands PBX1PBX2)
Go to step 2
2.If the dialed number begins with a prefix, (Constant prefix SMS commands PCS1 ..
PCS6) recognized by the AGM, the module will not change the number.
Go to step 5 else go to step 3
3.If the dialed number begins with a prefix that needs to be removed , the module will delete
the Prefix number (SMS command PRMV).
Go to step 5 else go to step 4
4.If the dialed number has no prefixes known to the AGM, the module will add a Prefix
(Prefix to add SMS command PADD ) defined in the security panel (usually used for the
local area code of the PSTN).
Go to step 5
5.Dial the number.
Example:
Note:
Prefixes are used for voice calls only.
The module is connected to PBX (Private Branch Exchange), which has a PSTN line in area
code 03 after dialing the access number 9.
The outgoing calls through the GSM module are allowed to the following telephone
numbers:
03 910-5555 - owners residence
052 366-4444 - owners cellular
054 366-5555 - owners spouse cellular
The telephone numbers definition in the panel should be:
99105555, 90523664444, 90543665555
Configuring the module for such an operation requires programming the numbers and
prefixes as described below:
PBX prefix: "9"
Prefix Constant: 052, 054 (or 05 only)
Prefix to remove: None
Prefix to add: "03"
Telephone numbers dialed the by GSM module:
"039105555, 0523664444, 0543665555

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